BHS entry heads to flower show

Published on Thu, Jan 31, 2002
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BHS entry heads to flower show

“With thousands of people walking by we want our window box to make them stop,” said Blaine high school advanced horticulture student Beth Winters. “Zebra grass is odd looking – it’ll catch your eye.”

Winters, Tinney and partner Jared Reilly will be at the Northwest Flower and Garden Show in Seattle this weekend setting up their window box entry, based on the tropical sunset theme. Their design blends sharp colors and shapes in a muted medium of grasses and leaves. “We’re mainly focusing on tropical foliage,” Winters said. Judging of the entries will be on February 5. “This is our first stab at a project like this so we’ll do our best and hopefully put on a good show,” Winters said..

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